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Results from Lewis Cass for Tuesday, December 5th

Girls Varsity Basketball beats Rossville 42 – 17

The Lady Kings improve to 7-1 on the season with an impressive 42-17 victory over the 5-3 Lady Hornets. Defense continues to be a staple with this year’s squad holding Rossville to just 4 points the entire 2nd half as they grabbed 20 total steals in the contest.

Kinsey Mennen continued her dominance as she scored 12 points, pulled down 5 rebounds, and added another 2 blocks to her career total. Mennen has now passsed Linsay Leffert as our 7th All-Time Career Leader in blocks. Nine more blocks will place her above assistant coach Oliva Woolever (Collins). Aftin Griffin also scored 12 points as she continued to dominate defensively earning 4 steals of her own. Also earning 4 steals was Anna Hedrick as she was the 3rd leading scorer with 6 points. Faith Helvie continued to make her presence known as she earned 3 steals and scored 3 points. Heta Kosunen was quiet in the scoring column with just 3 points, but she made up for it pulling down a game high 11 rebounds. Mylie Sipe and Ava Hubner were also able to add 3 points each to the total.

The Lady Kings host their 2nd Conference game vs Peru Thursday night at Lewis Cass.

Girls Junior Varsity Basketball beats Rossville 53 – 17

In a well-executed game, the Lewis Cass Lady Kings demonstrated their skill and teamwork, clinching a solid win with a final score of 53-17 against the Rossville Hornets. The standout performances of a few key players contributed to the team’s success.

Laney Davis led the scoring with 15 points, showcasing accuracy at the free-throw line by making 5 out of 6 attempts. Laura Nebrera added 15 points to the scoreboard, including three successful three-pointers, while Kylie Logan chipped in with 11 points, displaying both offensive and defensive prowess.

Contributions from Lexi Gotshall (8 points), Lilly Hammond (2 points), and Payton Harrison (2 points) rounded out a balanced offensive effort from the Lady Kings. The team’s cohesive play and shared commitment were evident throughout the game.

The Lady Kings’ solid defense effectively limited the Rossville Hornets’ scoring opportunities, contributing to their overall success. As the final buzzer signaled the end of the game, the Lady Kings celebrated a well-deserved victory, marking another positive step in their junior varsity basketball season. This win not only showcased individual talents but also highlighted the team’s ability to work together towards a common goal.


Varsity Wrestling beats Wabash 54 – 27

Winner for the Kings:

120 Elliott Grist

126 Colton Copeland

132 Max Grist

138 Eli Bowyer

150 Kamaron Hall

165 Kyland Mager

175 Hunter Sellers

215 Braysen Highley

285 Eli Martin

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